Data Protection (GDPR)

Information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person requires special protection. For this reason, the legislator places specific requirements on data protection when processing so-called personal data. The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force in May 2018, sets EU-wide minimum standards for ensuring data protection and the free movement of data. Products coming soon.

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GDRP - Protecting data correctly

GDRP - Protecting data correctly

The aim of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is to better protect data and create clear rules. But since its introduction, GDPR has caused confusion and uncertainty in dealing with customers, their data or photos in press and public relations work. In this course, you will learn the advantages of GDPR and what you have to pay specific attention to. In simple steps, our experts explain how to keep GDPR safely under control.
Privacy in marketing - trust as part of the brand

Privacy in marketing - trust as part of the brand

Whether newsletter, access statistics or ads: Almost all marketing methods use personal data - after all, every good marketing manager wants to reach his target group as well as possible. However, the ways in which he gets the information about his target group and how he addresses them are not always compatible with data protection. In this course you will learn what is allowed in marketing and where data protection sets clear limits.
Date Protection in the Office

Date Protection in the Office

Someone has forgotten confidential files in the printer, the door to the server room is open wide, and all important passwords are written on a sticky note on the monitor. But some carelessness can have serious consequences. To avoid warnings, penalties and data loss, this course teaches you what you should pay attention to - and why it is important.